You enter a store to purchase a particular graphing calculator required by a teacher, and approach the sales associate who, instead of ringing up the calculator, offers you a plastic tomato and a can of orange paint. Would you say thank you, then purchase the items simply because they are offered by the person who works in the store? Probably not.
What if the sales associate then makes it clear you are wrong and silly, and tells you to ‘just take what’s offered’. Would you then purchase the offered tomato and paint? At this point there is a pretty good chance you would either ask to speak to someone else or leave the store altogether, determined to purchase the calculator elsewhere.
And so life goes, we seek help until it is found.